Neighborhood notes 2/2

It's tonight! Saturday.

Mission Arts and Performance Project, better known as MAPP, is tonight (Saturday)!

The map of open venues for music, poetry and art is here. Don’t know about MAPP? Read about it here.

A new place to work out

Henry Har, a longtime neighborhood resident, and Mallory Gaston, an Oakland native, will open a new gym Saturday at 1919 Mission at 16th.  

Drop in and say hello to the folks at Body Mechanix.  

Picture from Left to Right: (Mallory Gaston (owner), Denis Dineen (manager) and Henry Har (owner).

A new exhibit

Secession Art and Design has an opening Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for a new show, “Sincerity + Sky,” featuring art by Annie Galvin, Eric Rewitzer (3 Fish Studio) and Silvi Alcivar (The Poetry Store). Address: 3235 Mission St.

Son Jarocho Festival

The festival has been on since Jan. 30, and continues tonight at the Brava Theater from 6 p.m. onward. Address:  2781 24th St.

Pesky Bugs at Paxton Gate

The Saturday pinning workshop is sold out, but there is a Sunday Workshop at Paxton Gate to learn about leaf-bug spreading that starts at 11 a.m. Address: 766 Valencia St. 

Early in the Week

Mission Comics

Don’t forget Trivial Pursuit Monday night at Mission Comics at 2250 Mission St.

Verdi Club

There’s Johnny Bones and the Palace of Jazz on Tuesday night, Feb. 6, at 2424 Mariposa St.

A head’s up on learning about the city’s affordable homeownership opportunities

Register now for the city’s free family wealth workshop in the Mission on Saturday, Feb. 10, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Mission Campus of City College, 1125 Valencia St., Room 107. You can register here.   

You can view other neighborhood events here.

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